Has Anwar Ibrahim got the numbers?

YES. That’s what he said at the PAKATAN RAKYAT rally in Kelana Jaya tonight, in front of 25,000 people. Blogger BLACK who was there said the crowd was about 40,000, car park FULL.

He (Anwar) said that he had the required number of parliamentarians to form the government. According to him, Pakatan Rakyat has submitted a letter to Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today seeking a meeting for a smooth transition of power.

“Tomorrow is the day we are ready to form government. But the best time, I tell you, is when we meet the prime minister. A peaceful transition is paramount,” he added. (MALAYSIAKINI).

So, is this a ‘Yes’ or ‘No?’

Meanwhile, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Terengganu instead said it is “a nuisance” and “preposterous”.

“It’s better to so something worthwhile instead of indulging in unecessary coffee shop talk.

“The current government will remain strong.”

“It’s not going to happen”. (TheSTAR).

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  1. The nation and its people are pregnant with hope for justice, equality, tolerance, acceptance, peace and progress. DSAI cannot continue to keep the trump card under cover.

    We are indeed at the heights of hope and accompanying that feverish hope is an unspoken fear.

    The time is drawing near for an end to puzzles and speculations. Pray God showers His blessings on all Malaysians sooner than we can hope.

  2. […] Has Anwar Ibrahim got the numbers? YES. That’s what he said at the PAKATAN RAKYAT rally in Kelana Jaya tonight, in front of 25,000 people. He said that he had the required number of parliamentarians to form the government. According to him, Pakatan Rakyat has submitted a letter to Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today seeking a […] Go To Source […]

  3. phing says:

    hopefully DSAI is telling the truth !

    i dont think this country is in a shape for another 4 years under BN. looks at the daily goons in the news. embarrassing !

    tomorrow is malaysia day. let us all remember the day proper Malaysia was formed, with sabah and sarawak😉

  4. raj says:

    Susan,

    I surfed most local sites to get more news on Anwar’s announcement. Star seems to be quite honest while NST black out the news on the rally that going on.
    Hope Anwar has the good news that all of us have been waiting for.

  5. siew hwa says:

    Change Change Change.we need a Change at least we can make noise if injustice happening in our socoety.

    Never mind if tomorow the numbers not enough (maybe the BN MPs under ISA or being kidnapped somewhere of avoiding jumping..).

    Change already happen in the many rakyat minds. It will happen sooner or later. the later the worse BN will die more uglyly. as the anger temperature even higher, ur skin will burn more.-)

    You can announce emergency, arrested the elected MPs and blogers or etc by using ISA.

    But sorry la, U cannot “ISA:” so many common malaysian on the street who want change and will change u in the next general election.:-)

    Bye bye BN.

  6. AgentC says:

    Is 916 going to happen? I can’t wait for it to be over and start a new day for a new Malaysia. We can all be brothers and sisters living in this beautiful country.

  7. monsterball says:

    I think he is saying…let Dollah announce it….with his numbers shown to him.
    He wants a peaceful transfer of power.
    That speech of his….is also saying…16th Sept is on….provided Dollah accepts the proofs…and announce it fast.
    Failing which…he will approach the King…and show the numbers…and let the Agong announce it.
    That may take few more days.
    Anyone thinking Anwar is fooling the whole country….must have his/her head examined.
    He is trying to have a peaceful transfer of power.
    Will he risk all..which is already his by next election…bluffing us?

  8. CT Choo says:

    All right-thinking Malaysians hope that a peaceful transition of power will take place. It will be a new dawn for us all. Malaysians of all races and faiths united in the desire for justice, fairness and equality. Positive discrimination is permitted only for the poor, not ethnicity.

  9. RakyatTulin says:

    Ayoyosamy
    be patient la.
    tomorow 16 sept is 24 hours. god will not make this malaysia day more than 24 hours for us to wait for any announcement.
    go to sleep and wait for change tomorow- so nice of you, though you seems hate anwar and change, yet u still stay so late waiting for “change”🙂

  10. myke says:

    You must be a joker ayoyo….a pathetic one..

  11. lil'mermaid says:

    ayoyosamy, ever heard of the saying, ’empty vessels make the most noise”?

  12. justice M says:

    I was at the rally .The atmosphere was electric when he announced very clearly and deliberately in English after speaking in Bahasa.The stadium went silent as he said -We the joint leaders of Pakatan have drafted a letter to be presented to PM Badawi tommorow that we have the numbers and we want a peaceful transfer of power-The rest as they would say is history.
    The ball is in Badawi’s court.
    Game, set and match?????!

  13. lil'mermaid says:

    It applies to you very well. Anyway, thanks for staying up and waiting along with the rest of us. So nice of you.

  14. NewMalaysia says:

    Ayoyosamy.. i betcha can’t sleep well tonight lolz~ no need to post here if you really confidence that Anwar is a big fat liar.

  15. popppycock says:

    ayoyosamy, you waited so long cant u wait a bit longer , this things must have patience la . just wait, if cant go to sleep and u wake up it’s a ‘new day’

  16. aTeenager says:

    I cant wait for a new dawn of M’sia! Sleepless night today will be!
    Happy 45th Anniversary Malaysia! Yeah!

  17. View Live From Kelana Jaya!!!

    I will Keep Update The News!!!

    LIVE FROM KELANA JAYA – CERAMAH 916 HARI MALAYSIA

  18. My2cen says:

    I don think it’s happening… despite months of harping on it, I don think it’s happening. But Anwar has definitely managed to break the egg (UMNO), and he’ll be making a scramble egg!

    I think if it’s not happening, we’ll see more ISA detention soon. Desperate rats will do stupid things, even if it hurts all of us. After all we’re all collaterals as far as the warlords in UMNO are concerned!

  19. Sagaladoola says:

    Hahahah… not yet lah

    My writing on this..
    Malaysia Day September 16 : Of ISA and Anticipation

    Link:
    http://sagaladoola.blogspot.com/2008/09/malaysia-day-september-16-of-isa-and.html

  20. Penan says:

    Dear Susan,

    Whether It is going to be tommorow or later, BN Government already lost according to “SUN TZE” ART OF WAR. THE PKR STRATERGIST HAS PLANTED THE BOMB SHELL INSIDE UMNO/BN and UMNO/BN members are fighting each other instead of apologizing and winning public HEARTS!

    UMNO/BN WILL NEVER WIN NOW OR FIVE YEARS LATER BCOS:-

    1. Prime Minister on behalf of BN/Umno govt mentioned that he will never used ISA anymore. Now RPK,TERESA KOK, REPORTER caught by ISA.

    2. The petrol Price reduction mentioned by DSAI is impossible but made possible during Permatang Pauh BY Election .

    3. Khairi Jamaludin mentioned If BN/UMNO lost the P.PAUH by election, he will resigned but still taking salary and forget about what he said and mentioned.

    4. Teresa KOK go to jail (ISA), Ahmad Ismail Banned three years.
    -Teresa,Accused by Utusan and Ahmad with proof and evidence was not jail by ISA. (DOUBLE STANDARD LAW)

    5. The later the Govt Change take place, the worst it is?

    SELAMAT JALAN UMNO/BN KE KUBUR, HARI KIAMAT SUDAH TIBA.
    NERAKA MENUNGGU SEMUA .

    I WOULD LIKE TO WISH ALL UMNO/BN MEMBERS HAPPY MMS-
    MMS STANDS FOR “MATI SEMUA SEKALI”.

    GET READY TO JOIN P&G CLUB- “PACK & GO”

    GOODBYE UMNO/BN- HARI INI DALAM SEJARAH!

  21. I think this Ah Yo Yo Samy ars-hole belongs to the Sami Vodoo’s family.

    A Yo Yo should wake up and don’t dream an impossible dream that BN can rule for another 4 years. Even Bahdawee hopes to make way for Mongolian Loverboy in 2010.

  22. Carlos Lau says:

    I can’t believe hope sycophantic the readers of this blog are. Face it, Anwar doesn’t have the numbers. His ruse of putting the ball in AAB’s court is nothing more than stalling tactics. He can still have a peaceful transition by unveiling his crossover MPs tonight or arranging for an audience with the Agong tomorrow, but he can’t.

    You know why? He just hasn’t got the numbers. You guys are so blinded by your hatred towards BN that you can’t see Anwar for the master deceiver that he is. Wake up and smell the coffee guys!!!

  23. My2cen says:

    If it’s really happening, then I would like to dedicate this song to PM AAB:

    Song: Menghitung Hari
    – sing according to Kris Dayanti’s original score –

    Menghitung hari
    Detik demi detik
    Masa ku nanti apa kan ada
    Jalan cerita kisah yang panjang
    Menghitung hari…

    Padamkan saja
    Hasrat hatimu
    Rumah putih itu takkan ada
    Yang aku minta surat berhentimu
    Bukan puitis

    *chorus*
    Pergi saja engkau semua pergi
    Bilang saja pada semua
    Biar semua tahu adanya
    Pakatan Rakyat menanti

    Padamkan saja
    Hasrat hatimu
    Rumah putih itu takkan ada
    Yang aku minta surat berhentimu
    Bukan puitis

    repeat chorus x 2

  24. Siew Eng says:

    Hey, Suz – Anwar also asked all to fly the Malaysian flag on our vehicles. One million have been given out.

    Since we can’t have a referendum to show how many people want a change of govt now, putting up our flags on Malaysia Day is one way to express this wish (since you would have noticed the dearth of flags prior to this).

  25. Mat Cendana says:

    I had read Anwar’s speech. Phew, he sure was so confident of it! He staking everything; his whole reputation that he’s got the numbers and will present a letter to the King! That should be enough to make the BN/Umno guys sleepless tonight and piss in their pants!

    Badawi has just issued a statement saying Anwar’s claim is “preposterous”. We will see. As Rakyat Tulin says, there’s 24 hours in 16 September.

    I’m going to go to sleep lah. Let’s all just wait for the morning, noon, afternoon and evening. Had written this at my blog: “16 September: Day of the Frogs; Or `habuk pun tarak’?” I hope it’s the former.
    http://cendana287.blogspot.com/2008/09/16-september-day-of-frogs-or-habuk-pun.html

  26. Edi神 says:

    sounds abit ridiculous to me…

    but I hope its true

  27. Mat Cendana says:

    I had read Anwar’s speech. Phew, he sure was so confident of it! He staking everything; his whole reputation that he’s got the numbers and will present a letter to the King! That should be enough to make the BN/Umno guys sleepless tonight and piss in their pants!

    Badawi has issued a statement saying it’s “preposterous”. We will see. As Rakyat Tulin says, there’s 24 hours in 16 September.

    Anyway, even if he doesn’t officially form the government today, HE WILL SOON – if the numbers are really true. So I guess that pronouncement by him IS TRUE – that on this day, he does have enough people.

    I’m going to go to sleep lah. Let’s just wait for the morning, noon, afternoon and evening. Had written this at my blog: “16 September: Day of the Frogs; Or `habuk pun tarak’?” I hope it’s the former.
    cendana287.blogspot.com/2008/09/16-september-day-of-frogs-or-habuk-pun.html

  28. demon says:

    That bas…. Amad is having a PC on the 16.9.08.Hope all reporters will hartal this PC.

  29. ashy says:

    I was there too. It was as though everyone who spoke before Anwar was given a standard text. He was clearly supposed to be the Individual. He was demonstratively well-read. Brilliantly personable. If a little adamant on racial ‘undivides’. (I suppose I’m dreaming of the day I won’t be seen as Indian, or Chinese, or Malay… just Malaysian. But fair enough, my forefathers travelled here. And our politics today reflects that.)

    I was hoping to see more people there. Maybe I felt it was empty because there was so much…space. Behind me there was an uncle talking in Cantonese so loudly, I turned around. There he was, sitting with three pakciks in songkoks, listening to loud, boisterous, thundering politicians. Nice.

    They’re politicians in the end. Yes. I believe that change is coming. I want bloggers to rule the world if only for the fact they can’t talk cock and get away with it😉 (right?)

    Because I don’t have a direct line into Anwar’s head I do not know for sure if I can put my eggs in this basket. But hey. I’m proud to be Malaysian. I’m not proud to be part of a rakyat created by crooks. And this is an acceptable intermediate stage before the good men up there get the communication clear, and the people true.

    Idealism at its very best, viewed through tired eyes and typed by slowing fingers. Goodnight Malaysia. May we wake up with no dark circles.

    And a freed RPK (and the others of course) so we can have a good hantam session, and get rid of the disgusting application of the ISA.

  30. Orang Kampung says:

    Peliwat peliwat
    Mari lah melihat
    Nak guna taktik peliwat
    Mesti lah seorang liwat

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  32. Menyalak-er says:

    Its time to really unfurl our flags,
    Its time to forgive but not forget,
    Its time to sweep the trash out,
    Its time for us to be reunited.
    Although there will always be detractors amongst us, we hope they go forward with us and stop dwelling in the archaic and anachrostic ways of the past 3 generations.
    We have hope, we need preserverance and patience, we value peace and grant us opportunities for our children and our descendants.
    We need accountability, transparency, good governance, competency and above all leaders who reflect the true heart of this nation.
    Do not fail us DSAI and PR for we have prayed mightily for your (and our) success!
    Hidup Malaysia! Hidup DSAI! Hidup PR!

  33. NewMalaysia says:

    Just face it, UMNO can’t survive alone, with the words like “Hidup Melayu” already makes the non-Melayu blood boiled. Do you think Melayu can survive without relying on other races and helps from outside world? For example, during the Japanese occupation WWII, if not because of the two atomic bombs dropped in Japan and i’m sure Malaysia already occupied by the Japanese. Just be realistic and face the change UMNO goons!

  34. monsterball says:

    Ayoyosamy is a nut!
    A typical Samy Vellu pea brain nut.
    So UMNO can steal billions from Malaysians.. and presuming USA is financing Anwar…what’s wrong with that?
    No doubt Anwar is financed with no limits to fight the devil…..UMNO.
    Money is power….so said Mahathir….encouraging so many to cheat …steal and rob us high and dry.
    So with MORE money than UMNO…is the only way to fight these con men.
    Are you not please…Anwar is succeeding to free us?
    These silent angels financing Anwar…are trying to free us too. Is your IQ so low…cannot understand… simple logics?
    Anwar was accused as Chinese and Indian agent too.
    Can we presume China and India are financing him too?
    Shame on you….Ayoyosamy.
    Do you know Samy Vellu dare not go to India….no one in India.. respect him..do you know that? If he steps into India…..maybe..Tamil Tigers will clawed him into pieces.
    Presuming you are an Malaysian Indian…what a shit man you are.
    Shares going down….you blame Anwar?
    So he must be in ISA?
    Malaysia do have idiots…but you top the list..with your idiotic logics.
    No more contract for your father.
    Go …sell your car….ride on motor bike and get a decent job.

  35. usan says:

    it wil happen sayonara bn …..

  36. delcapo says:

    !916! !916! !916!
    True feeling of a National Day… Malaysia Day tonight!!

    Let pray for 916, the beginning of new Malaysia…

    Cannot wait for DSAI to fulfil his promises, ESPECIALLY the release of RPK, St Teresa & the rest of ISA Detainees

    We sleep to a new hope tomorrow… & deep thoughts for ISA detainees, esp stubborn goat RPK..

    ________________________
    http://delcapo.wordpress.com/

  37. silverfish says:

    Ayoyosamy may not be an Indian. A supporter of Cyber Trooper I guess. Give him space. Let him talk. It is interesting to know how he is going to kick his own ass soon.

  38. midnight_only says:

    every where the is sure at least a black sheep

  39. donplaypuks says:

    I was there at KJ Stadium with 20,000 others last night & heard it from the horse’s mouth.

    They have the numbers and will be meeting AAB tomorrow to ensure smooth transfer of power! Putrajaya, here we come.

    All ISA detainees will be freed on the day Pakatan takes over the Govt!

    http://donplaypuks.blogspot.com
    refer my prdiction Sept 16th Chronicles-The Last Scupper!

  40. Antares says:

    After 8 March 2008 anyone would think Badawi would have realized NOBODY takes him seriously anymore. Him and his C4 deputy talk like goldfish in a bowl. You see their mouths opening & shutting but nothing they say is worth their own shit… because people just sigh and turn off. Why? No inspiration lah…dead words, utterly lacking in the resonance of truth that resurrects the dead and makes miracles happen. The political leader blessed with these qualities will surely win the day. Guess who, Ayoyosamy and all the other BN wormtongues who lurk in Susan Loone’s blog like pacat melompat… desperately clinging on to the Umno/BN status quo that’s already starting to putrefy. I’ve seen documentary footage of primate mothers who cling on to the corpses of their dead babies for days, even weeks, refusing to accept the fact that their offspring is now offsprung…. in other words, sudah mati, expired, deceased, crossed over to the other world!

  41. Inspector Joget says:

    I just want everything to be over with, especially with the circus act going on headed by The Lah Factor. Its time to stop all this political nonsense, and get on with the real issue at hand…OUR LIVES!

  42. khalib says:

    Ayoyosamy,don’t you realised that you are outrageously contradicting the masses.Your words against the majority out there,neither help you to frustrate them nor allow you to change their already well changed and syncronized mindset.You better think of joining them or try to move yourself down into isolation.

  43. REVELATION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! says:

    To all, Ayoyo, orang kampong — they could be chamtokam and izan ismail in disguise…..do not be fooled.BEWARE!!!!….. BN ct\s!!!

  44. propkr says:

    Its happening already!!!!!!!!!!!Keep yr fingers crossed! ANWAR IBRAHIM IS going to be A1 (A ONE) PRIME MINISTER!
    ZAID IBRAHIM resignation tells us something is happening!

    ex pendatang of Msia!

  45. hangtuah says:

    hah tuan tuan sekalian. yang berani sangat ni.

    Sila tinggalkan nama dan alamat anda di sini. supaya senang hari ni kita nak jemput masuk dalam jumpa RPK dan Teresa kok tu. jangan lupa handphone number sekali.

  46. Susan's stalker says:

    wow….I love change,tomorow anwar will be the prime minster,my god…The toll is gonna go down…The petrol price is gonna go down….They gonna give me scholarship study in harvard…we will have full rights,….we will happy ever after….I will be shagging susan tonight (heheheh…just kidding) It’s good fantasy,but the reality is those guys would not let go of power…maybe anwar will be arrested or something…..It’s too good to be true.Our neighbour’s in south-east asia,all are draconian in one way or another.I am sorry to say this ,but the muslims/malays will not let go off power without a fight.Anwar need’s a army to come to power.

  47. flyer168 says:

    Dear Susan,

    It was a great & historic night indeed….

    Yes, with Haris, Zorro & our Blogger crowd…

    We saw with our own eyes & heard the GREAT speeches, the “SUPPORT, the “JUBILATION” by “ALL” the “TRUE” 20,000 plus (Malaysiakini, but could be double that no.) “Anak Bangsa Malaysia” & DSAI’s announcement…of a new “Dawn for Malaysia & Malaysians”.

    A beautiful night to witness the “Historic” moment….our “Malaysia Day” celebration….”916″

    Malaysia for Malaysian where Justice, Freedom, Transparency, Accountability & Equality will be restored to this great nation and its rayaat.

    Yes, my friends we are almost there, so please be patient & pray for the smooth transition to our new PR government, to enable the abolishment of ISA together with the release of YM RPK, Teresa, the Hindraf 5 & all the other ISA detainees.Insha’Allah.

    We shall overcome…

  48. Xplain says:

    “Anwar has earned another title to his name: The Biggest Bullshitter in Malaysian history”

    What a stupid badly educated thamby. The Biggest Bullshitter was, is and forever will be the Great God Dr. Mahathir.

  49. Xplain says:

    “….They gonna give me scholarship study in harvard…” susan`s stalker

    What? and put an idiot there? No way. They do it and I`ll personally put a stop to it.

  50. Xplain says:

    Haha certified bullshitter aiyosamy. Shout and yell. Your days also numbered. The last dying gasps of fish out of water. Botak Hamid Albar no kotek to ISA anwar. And this rubber estate dude who lost his maika money to the other botak semi value, wants to ISA anwar. HAHAHA

  51. BadEgg4BeeEND says:

    I work as project Manager , sometime the project delay … due to some technical issue . . so as long the project as has been completed then is ok .. timing not an issue … 51 years we arelady wait .. few more days so what

  52. Drachen says:

    Poor Ayoyosamy is so scared he can’t sleep!🙂

  53. rozlan says:

    I hope so..

  54. james chua says:

    It does not matter when it happens, what is important is the political change to challenge a corrupt government is now in existence.

    Anyway the best part is that through Pakatan, we have managed to rattle UMNO, and MCA and MIC has reaped the fruits of the seeds they sowed.

    At the very least, Dollah is now realizing that his friends are only there when he is popular, and he is starting to realize that grassroot support is what he truly needs. That is a win for the people of Malaysia.

  55. monsterball says:

    I think Ayoyosamy is purposely behaving like so to enjoy us responding to him.
    Just read his messages…typical childish young fut…trying to have fun.
    Ignore him is best.

  56. Xplain says:

    It`s ok. Ayoyosamy susan`s stalker all doing the blog a favor. It gets more hits. They are our servants, machais.
    When they get slapped it increase the hits to the blogsite and becomes more popular.

  57. Kopi Anan says:

    Dear Readers and Malaysians,

    We don’t have the experience of CHANGING Governments but only of Prime Ministers from the same Party.

    1] UMNO cannot accept the fact that after 51 years they are losing a Government. Just like PLO losing to HAMAS, Secularists Turkey to Erdogan. Mugabe to Tvengiri and many others.

    2] KSN is NOT and has NO experience in the Traditions of Westminster Hall Mandarins style of Professionalism

    3] The Agong too has not experience of seeing an Opposition Leader driving to Istana and informing His Majesty that Anwar Ibrahim now Commands the Majority of the MPs in the Dewan Raayat.

    4] The inexperience of the Speaker of the Dewan NOT to call for a sitting of the Dewan to take a motion of Division of the Dewan to formally demonstrate that the Majority of the MPs now lie with Anwar Ibrahim.

    5] In the British Traditions, the Queen simply swears the new Prime Minister is the Palace whenever is necessary whether from same party or new Government.

    All the backgropund work is done by the Professional Mandarins of Westminster Hall just opposite No. 10 Downing Stree.

    6] The British are aloof and nosed-high but Gentlemen they are continuing from the ANTICs of the Boys from Eton, Harrow, plus Oxbridge Colleges.

    All their PM has to do is to VACATE No.10 Downing Stree thru’ the back door with their luggage ..no Louis Vuitton.

    7] Pak Lah and Najib must VACATE Seri Perdana and the Putrajaya offices immediately.

    All KSN has to do is to secure the offices and ALL the State Secrets ….

    Pak Lah & Najib must leave Seri Perdana #1 & #2 by packing their Louis Vuitton bags and the Office of the PM & DPM Household ie. KSn must make sure they DO NOT TAKE ALONG State Property anything gifts worth more than RM250 or something.

    “Long Live Democracy”

  58. Phua Kai Lit says:

    Hi All

    Anwar wants to meet AAB to discuss
    a peaceful transfer of power.

    I wonder if AAB is flying off to Taiwan for an agricultural study tour very soon?

    Oh, on the other hand, it could be off to Zimbabwe to study their recent power-sharing arrangement. He’ll meet with
    Anwar later.

  59. siti fatimah says:

    i’m 50:50…waiting for the ‘special press conference’. can’t wait…

  60. Elmo says:

    Ayoyosamy

    You are reallly a nuisance!!!!get out of this blog once and for all. Empty drum make loud noise. You just like a baby who cry for his/her milk. Hungry ghost will haunt you tonight. Be careful!!!!!!!!!!!you mangkuk………………

  61. bamboo river says:

    Meanwhile, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Terengganu instead said it is “a nuisance” and “preposterous”.

    “It’s better to so something worthwhile instead of indulging in unecessary coffee shop talk.

    “The current government will remain strong.”

    “It’s not going to happen”. (TheSTAR).

    ————————————————————————
    My take is :
    Meanwhile, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi in Terengganu instead said it is “a fact” and “possible”.

    “It’s better to ‘do’ something worthwhile NOW instead of delaying the necessary change over and walk the talk.

    “The NEW government will remain strong for very long”

    “It’s going to happen”.

    Flip flopping to the max.

  62. Whiskers says:

    The diplomatic approach used by Mr.Anwar to meet and discuss with Mr.AAB to and over power is lauded, but AAB is still daydreaming and in a state of denial. He said he has the mandate of the electorate last march 2008. See the logic, if the people has given their mandate 6 months ago, but have lost confidence in gov’t after 6 months, what is the resolution… wait for the next GE is it. Sounds funny, what about the economy and people’s livelihood till the next GE. Is it let the people suffer untul the next GE to change gov’t….

  63. It is 16 of Sept. to day !
    I am, just like many, waiting !
    No more waiting and no more excuses or may be it should be 16 Sept. 2009 or never, I cannot wait another day longer. Just give us a new Malaysia, AI, or you are just an empty vessel that makes the loudest voice. I do not want your lame excuses just take over if you have the number that you are claiming- and do not forget to indict the racist Mamak and return to him your black eye. An eye for an eye !
    Do not forget to dismiss the AG, IGP, his deputy and detain Ahmad Ismail the Mamak !

  64. Azmin says:

    Ayoyosamy
    Be patience la. If not today, another day or another month or another year, it only matter to us is as long as bn, OUT!!! We have enough of them!!

  65. mca74justice says:

    Wave Your Flag
    On Merdeka Day, there was a nary a Malaysian flag being flown, unlike yesteryears when Malaysian flags were stuck on the windscreen of most vehicles.

    But on Malaysia Day last night, there was a SEA of Malaysian flags being waved.

    We have to keep waving until all the innocent victims of the abuse and mis-use of the ISA is freed, then we can truly celebrate Malaysia Day. We wave our flags by speaking up, by making our views known to the abusers of the ISA, by telling our elected reps to disassociate themselves from the abusers of the ISA by taking MCA out of the BN, by making known to all that We Are One Nation, irrespective of race religion or creed.

    mca74justice.blogspot.com

  66. FY Lim says:

    Change is a process and it takes time. It could be a day or a week or maybe months. That’s is why the change needs to be managed otherwise it will get out of control.

    Change is not what Ayoyosamy thinks just at a snap of a finger.

  67. ah long says:

    When Umnoputra poked Samy’s backside, all our friend Samy kept on moaning “ayoyo…..ayoyo……very shiok.”

    That is how he got his name Ayoyosamy. He likes to moan ayoyo while been poked in the butt.

  68. kittykat46 says:

    Anwar won’t be taking over power tommorow-lah.
    I’ve consistently believed its a piece of deception exercise from Anwar.
    But it is a deception with substance.
    Anwar definitely has something being worked out.

    BN seems to hold the advantage in pieces, but if you play chess you would know that against a skilled opponent, you can still be checkmated even if you have the advantage in pieces

  69. ah long says:

    When Anwar was the Finance Minister he made some people very very rich. Now he is calling back the favours. That is where he is getting his funding from, not the USA.

    He has got many billionaire friends, collectively a hundred million or so is nothing!!! They look at it as returning a fovour and an investment in the future.

    For all we know part of his funding could be from BN supporters themselves. It is a common practise for big business to donate to both parties, just like taking out some form of insurance.

  70. chandran says:

    Ayoyosamy (07:13:46) : It’s 8.15am Sep 16. What’s the bullshitting about??? A psychological ploy taught by the bankrupt Americans???

    Please change your nick. You are giving us Indians a bad name ars*hole. Just fark off and change you nick ok. Blardy Bas*ard maybe your mother got raped behind a rubber tree.
    Americans are not bankrupt. Your stepfather badawi is. The USD has appreciated though their stocks are down a bit. From RM3.1the USD is now 3.48.
    Your stepfather promised to revise petrol prices 2 times a month. It is already September, where`s the revision. Price of oil has dropped USD30/barrel. Badawi`s kuncus all making money, but the munkee cannot revise the price. Fark off.

  71. caravanserai says:

    Do you smell the roses?
    Early in the morning light
    The clouds are cloudy
    Sunny comes out late

    The date has arrived
    The destiny of the nation roars
    Do you hear it in your mind?
    Something good will come to night

    The BN leaders say
    There no such thing
    The line seems divided
    The truth will come
    PR will take the seat
    The glory for those who believe

    Do you smell the roses?
    Blooming right on time
    The day of the new light
    A new story to write

  72. Anonymous says:

    If and when DSAI takes over UMNO will be united. UMNO united with all its ill-gotten gains of yesteryears could be a formidable opponent. With all its learned dirty tricks it can now focus on harassing DSAI and bring about disrepute to the new government. The hope and belief that UMNO will die and fade away will not happen. UMNO’s warlords and their ilks had been behaving like a low-class goon for so long that we can’t expect them to become a gentleman overnight.

    It will be a period of turbulence but my wish and prayer is that the new government knows what is good, what is right and do not major in minor things in their attempt at fire-fighting started by these UMNO has-beens. Choose your fight carefully and ignore the rest. Your performance will be the best answer to a lot of the challenges that will be thrown at the new government’s path. Be generous and even invite credible opposition members to be in the cabinet or special committees etc. Be an inclusive government and show the rakyat that governance should be above party politics.

    Show the UMNO has-beens what a good government is like.

  73. chandran says:

    With all its learned dirty tricks it can now focus on harassing DSAI and bring about disrepute to the new government.- anon

    Yes, and the ACA will also be digging deep into them. By the time the carnage is over they will all be wearing shorts and singlets in Sg. Buloh and Kajang prison. UMNO will become the Prisons Society.

  74. popppycock says:

    ayoyosamy: the biggest bullshitter in malaysia. good one but how wud you know; as the saying goes it takes one to know one. jangan marah ya!

  75. chandran says:

    Fark off bas@ard Ayoyosamy

  76. ah long says:

    If we wake up tomorrow and nothing has happened, how are we going to shut Ayoyosamy up? That fellow will really rub it in. Hehehehe

  77. Nadia Ismail says:

    first we will take govt in may ;
    then oh no we need to give umno time so sept 16;
    then we have always had the numbers;
    then running behind the very mps they say are stupid to make the numbers;
    now they cannot make 16 because of umno and bn;
    then he wants to meet pm for peaceful transition…..( should he meet the king first?….get his OK then meet pm if need be?……aznd oh by the way the king isnt even the country and parliament doesn’t sit in Sept anyway…so what take over are we talking about?)
    …….

    i am not sure who is more delusional…..anwar or the Malaysian public who continue to hang on to this biggest con artist called anwar!… amidst this delusion you destroy the public sentiments for Malaysian economy for FDI and yes blame it all on the govt anyway for all the problems…

    so are we getting a new govt today?….One big fat NO!!!
    wake up and smell the coffee la….

  78. chandran says:

    Who cares. If not tomoro then day after and so on. Eventually we have last laugh

  79. chandran says:

    Nadia what you want to smell coffee. I already drank mine at 4 am. You baru bangun you got time lag. Try to catch up with times -or be left behind.

  80. Jong says:

    After 51 years of ketuanan Umno, they will find it difficult to accept reality, that their grip of power is slowly giving way. Let’s hope the handing-over will be done in a peaceful and gentlemanly fashion without much fuss or animosity for the sake of peace.

  81. estilo says:

    From http://chunwai08.blogspot.com/2008/09/sept-16-whats-next.html

    “Anwar Ibrahim has scheduled a press conference at 2pm”

  82. matt says:

    ayoyo nadia idzan it doesn’t matter, the fact is you pissed in your pants is good enough for the most of us LOL.

  83. Pakac Luteb says:

    the way forward in malaysia?:

    malaysia may take a lesson from south africa. south africa peacefully
    transformed itself from a repressive society into a democracy.

    http://news-info.wustl.edu/tips/page/normal/824.html

    http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107983.html

    if malaysia does what south africa did, there is chance for peaceful
    transition of government and transformation of society.

    following the south african model would mean giving up the ability to
    punish/exact retribution/revenge against those state officials who
    oppressed society.

    not following the south african model could plunge malaysia into an
    era of conflict and perhaps bloodshed, as the government, fearing
    retribution, tries to hang onto power by any means it can.

    if the south african model can be implemented in malaysia, anwar may
    become known as the “mandela of malaysia”, leading malaysia to peace,
    prosperity, equality and justice for all malaysians.

    it is something to consider, what future do we want for our beloved
    country and how do we ensure achieving that future?

  84. fabm says:

    916 represents the aspiration of Malaysians for a change to a better Malaysia where there is real freedom, justice and equality for all Malaysians and good governance, transparency and accountability in government. It will inevitably be achieved.

    It may not be on 16 September, it may not be 17 September, it may not even be 20 September but it will happen soon. 916 is inevitable.

  85. fabm says:

    916 represents the aspiration of Malaysians for a change to a better Malaysia where there is real freedom, justice and equality for all Malaysians and good governance, transparency and accountability in government.

    It will inevitably be achieved. It may not be on 16 September, it may not be 17 September, it may not even be 20 September but it will happen soon. 916 is inevitable.

  86. Lidya says:

    Shit! That blardy Mahathir! He is really behind Ahmad Isamil I think!
    Current trend is against Malaysian unity, says Dr Mahathir
    KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 15 – A stronger Malay unity will make it more difficult to bring about Malaysian unity, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
    ____________________
    But the Chinese and Indian too are keen to retain their identities, he said, adding that the attitude was reflected in the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) memorandum and the Chinese educationists’ demands over vernacular language education.

    Writing in his blog today, a day before the 45th anniversary of the formation of Malaysia, the former premier said the trend was obviously against Malaysian unity.

    He said the ideal of having a non-racial Malaysian nationality had been almost forgotten.
    “A weak and unstable government with its crude attempts to win over the different races through giving in on all demands does not help. Every time it gives in to the demands of one race it simply antagonises and pushes the other races further away.

    “If we still want Malaysian unity we need to be willing to make sacrifices regarding what we consider to be our racial rights. Everyone has to do this,” he wrote in his blog.

    _______________
    Source : http://m.themalaysianinsider.com/articles.php?id=9021

  87. Snipe Snips says:

    Breaking news:
    Datuk Zaid Ibrahim says his decision to quit the Cabinet is final. He says he is very disappointed. Story to come.

  88. Lallang exile says:

    Guys!

    Stop wallowing in delusional behavior lead on the power crazy AI!!! He will lead the country to ruin, not reform, if we allow ourselves to be hypnotised by this master con artist and his tricks.

    On the recent ISA arrests, now what did he say when over 100 people were arrested under OPs Lallang? Have you forgotten, dear Malaysians? I haven’t.

    The chameleon is only changing its colour to suit its environs.

    The camouflage suits his present agenda of seizing power, his modus opearndi of “recruiting” the BN assemblymen is despicable, unethical and against all decency aimed at a truly fair and just Malaysia.

    And, even if he does manage to seize power by offering the spoils hoarded over the years as an UMNO strongman to the East Malaysian assemblymen, I wager that no “change” will sweep over Malaysia.

    It will just be a different cast acting to the same play, uttering the same lines with the same theme….

  89. http://www.kulitpisang.com/2008/09/anwar-jangan-pedayakan-rakyat-lagi/

    Anwar, jangan memperdayakan rakyat lagi
    Oleh sham@spark

    Anwar Ibrahim hari ini mengumumkan bahawa besok adalah harinya, 16 September, dimana Pakatan Rakyat sudah mempunyai cukup mejoriti untuk menubuhkan Kerajaan Baru.

    Bagaimanapun Anwar yang berucap di hadapan kira-kira 12,000 penyokong di majlis sambutan Hari Malaysia ke-45 di Stadium Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya, di Kelana Jaya di sini Isnin malam, tidak mengenal pasti nama-nama mereka yang terlibat, malahan beliau gagal menampilkan MP BN yang mahu lompat parti.

    Sekali lagi kita menyaksikan sendiwara Anwar Ibrahim yang suka mempermain-mainkan minda rakyat.

    Beliau mendakwa pihaknya telah menghantar surat kepada Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi pada Isnin tengah hari untuk memaklumkan berhubung senarai jumlah Anggota Parlimen yang akan menyertai Pakatan Rakyat.

    Katanya lagi, Pakatan Rakyat boleh menduduki Putrajaya bila-bila masa tetapi beliau mahu melakukan peralihan parti secara aman kerana takut rakyat memberontak dan beliau masih belum habis berbincang dangan PM mengenai peralihan kuasa.

    Kalau benar sahih kata-kata Anwar itu sudah pasti Putrajaya milik Pakatan Rakyat sekarang ini, mustahil Pakatan Rakyat boleh membiarkan BN dengan sewenang-wenangnya berkuasa di Putrajaya sehingga hari ini. Baik sungguh lagak Anwar Ibrahim ini, pijak semut pun tak mati. Putrajaya sudah dalam gemgaman pun masih malu-malu nak menubuhkan kerajaan baru.

    Teringat kata Hj Hadi Awang, beliau pernah berkata, saya bukan ahli politik Mat Jenin dan saya, tak mahu berangan-angan macam Mat Jenin, baru nak panjat pokok kelapa dah berangan-angan. Patutlah Hj Hadi Awang dan Nik Aziz tidak turun pandang untuk merayakan hari Sambutan Malaysia bersama-sama Mat Jenin hari ini.

    Apakah Anwar Ibrahim akan menjadi Perdana Menteri? Tercapaikah cita cita beliau ataupun adakah ianya akan menjadi angan angan Mat Jenin? Kita tunggu dan lihat wayang Anwar seterusnya.

  90. jonathan says:

    Hi
    Much as I hope for change, the sun is up today, they will be blue skies, the sun will set and in BOLEHLAND is most likely BAU-Business As Usual. Today marks either BN’s progress or downfall i.e. ABB, UMNOputras and BN and it applies to Pakatan and more so to DSAI. see Either Way We Are Screwed! http://www.jonathan66my.blogspot.com

    My prayers with all ISA detainess include the latest rpk and teresa kok.

  91. tiup says:

    now what did he say when over 100 people were arrested under OPs Lallang? Have you forgotten, dear Malaysians? I haven’t. – lalang
    ____________________________________________________________________________

    Good. Stay in 1989 or whatever. Where were you when he was taken under ISA. What about the Najis who has been involved in allegations of murder.
    We are in 2008. Kepala hotak kau.

  92. jason says:

    stupid ayoyosamy111

  93. tiup says:

    BAU – BLOGGERS AGAINST UTUSAN

  94. kittykat46 says:

    Lidya,
    Mahathir and UMNO is still frozen in the divide-and-rule paradigm of Zero Sum bargaining.
    “I can win only if you lose”.

    They totally forget or choose to reject integrative solutions. If ALL the races are taken care of without constantly referring to their skin colur.
    “We ALL can win”

  95. I have mentioned B4 the GE12 that no matter how much we hv disliked and disbelieved AAB, but still he is not all black like that Mamak. AAB is mostly black BUT with a white spot. And that white spot is the release of DSAI from Sg.Buloh. To tackle AAB, one shouldn’t engage d Art of War b.coz AAB is like the grass, looks feeble BUT it is resilient. One of the best tactics is to approach the AAB supporters in UMNO to quell their fears in d event AAB/UMNO is defeated by PR’s overtaking of Parliament. Ensure their political survival and also that of AAB is best accommodated and represented in d new government of PR leaving behind d rest of d incorrigible UMNO lot to rot. As we all must believe, not all Malays in UMNO r bad (maybe Mamaks are).

    PR should promote goodwill and peace to AAB and his UMNO supporters and in turn, I for one will strongly believe PR will gain a bountiful harvest in return.

    To tackle AAB, one needs a little of Art of War but more of d Art of Tao.

  96. tiup says:

    Zaid sticks to ‘quit’ decision
    Sep 16, 08 11:17am

    De facto Law Minister Zaid Ibrahim has decided to stick with his decision to quit in protest of the government invoking the Internal Security Act.

  97. monsterball says:

    Ayoyosamy is contagious!!
    I thought everyone will ignore him….but most are farting at him…with joy.
    I guess he is enjoying receiving the farts.
    What a character!!

  98. Lallang exile says:

    tiup,

    u wake up yourself!!! Thank God I am not in 89, but malaysia and the likes of u are trapped in the very onditions of 89!!

    AND, remember the golden rule. Everyone has the right to express his opinion.

    In your case, you have already started behaving/censoring opinions different to yours and belittling other bloggers without a clue to their backgrounds. LOL, God help all the malaysians who do not think like you!!.

    A historical perspective of all things are crucial before one makes a judgenment. if you persist on conveniently forgetting things you do not want to remember, that’s your right.

    But I too, have to right to point out the historical perspective of events.

    And, please stay civil and don’t insult fellow bloggers. You could hentam all you like but it won’t change history.

    Face up to the reality that your beloved idol is no more than a con-artist and Sept 16 won’t materialise no matter how much you wish It to be so. …

    BTW, anybody out there have any idea how deep the Malaysian banks are exposed to Lehman?

    Cheers!

  99. Harrison says:

    It’s 9/16 and it’s still the same. Trust me, Anwar surely has something in his sleeves. He has pulled many “rabbits out of his hats”, there must be something in him.

    Susan opined based on Malaysiakini and a learned blogger friend :-

    “He (Anwar) said that he had the required number of parliamentarians to form the government. According to him, Pakatan Rakyat has submitted a letter to Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today seeking a meeting for a smooth transition of power.

    “Tomorrow is the day we are ready to form government. But the best time, I tell you, is when we meet the prime minister. A peaceful transition is paramount,” he added. (MALAYSIAKINI).

    So, is this a ‘Yes’ or ‘No?’”

    ________

    There is no affirmative answer. The question is a trickery itself. My opinion is that Anwar has no sufficient BN MP at hand or he wouldn’t be so stupid to submit it to the PM even if he has the numbers unless the PM secretly endorsed AI for PM/a new PR led Government.

    Don’t you think UMNO, the Malaysian version of Military Junta of Myanmar (SLORC) allowing transition of power to the NLD led by Aung San Syuu Kyii at will and in good-faith would give in and way as simple like that?

    Absolutely “NO’! Can’t one see why the Military Chief joint training exercise with the Police guise merits no further thought for such reason/s?

    This will not be easy as UMNO will unleashed a plan to create chaos but Anwar surely has a back-up plans up his sleeves. The UN?

  100. Harrison says:

    Again to what commentator” Lidya” elucidated, Mahathir must pushed for a dirty-game by inciting the Malays to disunite with other races, coz if this is not achieved, and 9/16 happened, he and his family probaby has to seek asylum in Zimbabwe/Myanmar, countries that he overtly supported for it’s leaders’ actions.

    I am still figuring who is the eldest daughter of mahathir? I only ask because there are allegations of a “pay-off” from a company owned by a Malaysian tycoon (an Indian) to the spouse of his eldest daughter. At least we know he cares for one Indian.🙂

  101. Lallang exile says:

    Sue,

    What happened to your regulars? There seem to have been a sea change since i last visited. Your blog seems like a pro-Anwar blog now, with scant debate about current happenings.

    Anyway, take good care of yourself in Bangkok. Tumultous times indeed both in thailand and at home.

    Good day!

  102. Harrison says:

    Btw, the Altantuya Murder trial as expected – the accused, both cops might be found guilty and the abettor, Razak Baginda will be released. The attorney of Razak Baginda at this point has negated all charges against his client.

    *Sorry to say that the Judge has not arrived at a verdict but what I had read and forming a conclusion hitherto.

  103. Harrison says:

    “Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi scoffed at the opposition coalition’s claims that it has the numbers to topple the Barisan Nasional government.”

    Malaysiakini reported AAB as saying “9/1 a political lie.

    Would the PM lie had he got the letter sent to him that claimed to have sufficient numbers of MP in crossover?

  104. I have a few millions and plan to give away to new Malaysia if he takes over corrupted Malaysia to day. Not to morrow, next week or 16 Sept 2009 !
    Just like millions of Malaysians we have enough of this corrupted UMNO.
    Please AI do not just talk- action speaks louder than words have not you heard of it-act today or forever shut your empty words.

  105. Ayoyosamy Loves Bodohweee says:

    2.00pm….heard there will be a news conference by DSAI…..hopefully something good.

  106. Bola Hangus says:

    today is 16th, habuk pun tarak. buat penat ja vote for PR. Maybe the numbers anwar is talking about is the 25k who attended at last nite stadium..

  107. 104East says:

    Aiyoo, the big news dsai is going to announce is to legalise gay, lesbian and sodomy la. huahahahahahua

  108. freewave says:

    Malaysiakini:

    [quote]
    Syed Husin said once the king knows that Pakatan Rakyat has the numbers, he will consent to the new government.

    Responding to a question, he noted that BN will not concede defeat and hand over the reins easily.

    “Don’t think Ahmad Ismail is an isolated incident in Umno. He has the backing of all 13 divisions in the state, including the prime minister’s division.

    “They will precipitate and provoke unrest, and hope that leads to the declaring of martial law. This will lead to mass arrests. But this is not 1969. People are more cautious now,” he said.
    [unquote]

    Not supprising if he has the number. Anything can happen. Don’t be too confidence too.

  109. ah long says:

    Harrison

    I have heard rumours that someone from overseas had been hired to prepare the english version of the verdict.

    The rumours are from a good source and I belive it may be true because the verdict document will no doubt be very widely read and they don’t want any screw ups in the translation.

    I think we are just a couple of months away from a verdict.

  110. you know wat, i think aab and kj are one of the frogs……

  111. Harrison says:

    Ah Long,

    U may have a point. Very good point but if the 2 accused and Razak Baginda are exonerated, then murder is almost as good as free if one is connected to the powerhouse.

  112. Harrison says:

    “you know wat, i think aab and kj are one of the frogs……”

    You are smart! I have this on my mind long ago. Wanna check my blog?🙂

  113. ANg Kong says:

    I’ll only believe it when I see it with my own eyes. I’m sure many shares the same sentiment.

  114. Tiup brudder says:

    Lallang exile (11:39:46) :
    tiup,

    u wake up yourself!!! Thank God I am not in 89, but malaysia and the likes of u are trapped in the very onditions of 89!!
    -no your brain is still in `89. Others have moved forwards.

    AND, remember the golden rule. Everyone has the right to express his opinion.
    – no one`s stopping you even if it`s `89 and a load of bull crap. But be prepared to bathe in it.

    In your case, you have already started behaving/censoring opinions different to yours and belittling other bloggers without a clue to their backgrounds. LOL, God help all the malaysians who do not think like you!!.-
    if your background is so important why you hiding under nic. I dint see tiup say insulting you accuse him of. One sign you haven`t come out of `89. God help all malaysians who are rumplestilkins like you.
    Then Mahathir and all umno went “ape” over the word “recalcitrant”.

    A historical perspective of all things are crucial before one makes a judgenment. if you persist on conveniently forgetting things you do not want to remember, that’s your right.
    – But your comment shows no evidence whatsoever of historical perspective – only `89 slumber that is not over

    But I too, have to right to point out the historical perspective of events.
    -you did not point out. There was absolutely no perspective.

    And, please stay civil and don’t insult fellow bloggers. You could hentam all you like but it won’t change history.
    -Tiup was very civil on your exuberantly stupid and idiotic comments

    Face up to the reality that your beloved idol is no more than a con-artist and Sept 16 won’t materialise no matter how much you wish It to be so. …
    -Sept 16 has already come dumbo. He`s no one`s idol. When and if he farks up, he too will be kicked out. Unlike your current donkey that can`t move even.

    BTW, anybody out there have any idea how deep the Malaysian banks are exposed to Lehman?
    – Talking c*ck now. M`sian banks exposed to lehman it seems hahahahahahahaha this must be a great banker ROTFL

  115. pkr supporter says:

    Anwar should stop playing mind games,he should emphaise on good goverance show to the fedral govt that they are better ways of managing the affairs of the state.If he keep on telling that this date I am going to form the govt..and keeps changing the date’s,the credability of opposition would be questioned.Even,if he don’t form the govt,he can become an effective oppostion leader,voicing the concern’s of the people of this nation.

  116. Tiup brudder says:

    Versi Bahasa Inggeris

    Today Malaysians celebrate Malaysia day – the day our country became whole and our people become united. This day has a new meaning. After years of struggle, after fighting against a system that is corrupt and unjust—we affirm that victory is finally at hand. Our vision of rebuilding this country and bringing its people together, as the founding fathers envisioned, is within reach.

    The economy is in turmoil with runaway inflation and joblessness creating widespread discontent. Racial tensions have been rising, exacerbated by the propaganda spread in the government owned mainstream media. The administration has offered no vision to steer the nation out of this quagmire and there is manifest erosion in confidence in the current government.

    We in Pakatan Rakyat believe we can save Malaysia from economic ruin and the dangerous politics of racism. We will do so prudently, legally and in doing so we will not jeopardize the security and stability of the country and the safety of its people.

    We have received firm commitments from members of Parliament in excess of the number required to form a new government, and our government will reflect the diverse makeup of Malaysian society.

    It has been our concern to ensure a peaceful transition of power. We do not wish to see a repeat of what transpired in the Selangor and Perak State governments, where following the victory of Pakatan Rakyat on March 8th, documents were shredded and removed by the outgoing administration.

    We furthermore advise radical elements within BN against the abuse of state power to unlawfully harass and detain our supporters. The immediate investigation by the ACA of Dato Seri Yong Teck Lee after the announcement by SAPP of its intention to move a motion of no-confidence against Dato Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi is another example of the tactics we reject. The use of the ISA, as has happened to MP Teresa Kok, would be an unlawful impediment to the transition process.

    In light these serious concerns, yesterday leaders of Pakatan Rakyat sent a letter to the Prime Minister at 2:30 PM requesting a meeting to discuss the future course of the nation’s leadership and to seek his assurance on the following important matters:

    1) That the BN shall not hinder or prevent their BN MPs from acting in accordance with their conscience, constitutional rights and independent judgment;
    2) That the BN government shall not invoke the Internal Security Act to detain any of the MPs who will join Pakatan Rakyat, or any of the present 82 Pakatan Rakyat MPs;
    3) That the BN government shall not invoke emergency or police powers, or suspend the constitution, or dissolve parliament in response to our intention to form a new government;
    4) That the Barisan Nasional government shall not impose road-blocks and impede the MPs from gaining access to the House of Parliament and the institutions of government.

    We believe the Prime Minister will share Pakatan Rakyat’s concerns for the welfare of the people and security of the nation. We are confident he will ensure the BN will act constitutionally and democratically to ensure that the transition will be peaceful, and there will be no actions taken to sabotage the wishes of the people or play on racial tensions in the country.

    We appeal to all quarters in Malaysian society to understand our intentions are for the betterment of Malaysian society. The mainstream media, in particular, should accept the reality of these historic times and report fairly, accurately and without bias. The irresponsible tact that is used by the media to obfuscate issues, attack opposition supporters and instigate racial tensions must end immediately.

    Following our meeting with the Prime Minister we intend to proceed within the framework established by the Federal Constitution in the formation of a new government, with the assent of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.

    ANWAR IBRAHIM
    Leader of Opposition
    De-facto leader, Keadilan

  117. Tiup brudder says:

    Sep 16, 08 3:40p.m.
    The above is the statement given by Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim at
    a 2pm press conference at the PKR headquarters in Petaling Jaya today.

  118. Ayoyosamy says:

    5.20pm Sep 16. Notice Anwar uses the expression “will cross over”, the future tense!!!!!!!!! Tunggu lah sampai tua haha

  119. Lallang exile says:

    tiup brother

    u can rant all u like and defend tiup and yourself, but the bloggers and the people and God will be the judge on whether u guys will be able to form the new govt today.

    u sound like an anwar underling on duty at sue’s blog with your detailed point by point attack at my musings. wow, must be either paid or nothing to do!

    unlike u, i am beholden to none.

    and, i don’t call names – and deadlines – and then deny or excuse myself.

    more balls than that…….

    don’t answer the lehman questioin if it doesn’t concern u.

    and i can keep on asking questions and rile u if i like coz this is Sue’s blog where i believe everyone can post their opinions – for or against anything and anyone,

    and stop labelling me as being trapped in 89 since your statements just shows that u suffer from the selective memory process.

  120. Lallang exile says:

    Guys,

    (interesting article coming from Pairin, who experienced Anwar doing the same poaching in the late eighties/early nineties? in his home state.)

    Tak sah menang jika lompat parti lompat parti tak sah
    RANAU 15 Sept. – Ahli Parlimen Barisan Nasional (BN) yang berhasrat melompat parti untuk membentuk kerajaan baru harus diisytiharkan sebagai tidak sah kemenangannya pada Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12 pada 8 Mac lalu.

    Presiden Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), Datuk Joseph Pairin Kitingan berkata, kawasan Parlimen yang diwakili itu perlu dikosongkan semula bagi membolehkan pilihan raya kecil diadakan.

    Pairin yang juga Timbalan Ketua Menteri berkata, tindakan tersebut perlu agar rakyat khususnya pengundi dapat membuat pilihan yang tepat sama ada masih mahukan wakil rakyat itu atau sebaliknya.

    “Kami mencadangkan supaya mereka yang ingin berpindah parti, maka kemenangannya pada pilihan raya lalu haruslah diisytiharkan sebagai tidak sah dan perlu diadakan pilihan raya kecil,” katanya.

    Beliau berucap merasmikan Mesyuarat Agung Tahunan PBS Bahagian Kundasang di Dewan Masyarakat Ranau, di sini hari ini.

    Pairin berkata, dengan cara demikian, sistem demokrasi di negara ini akan dapat dipertahan dan dipelihara.

    “Niat pembangkang yang ingin menggulingkan kerajaan disifatkan sebagai tindakan tidak bermoral dan menghina sistem demokrasi, malah menafikan keputusan majoriti rakyat,” ujarnya.

    Beliau pada masa yang sama, beliau meminta kerajaan menimbang semula cadangan PBS sebelum ini agar undang-undang anti lompat parti diluluskan bagi mencegah perbuatan itu.

    Katanya, cadangan berkenaan wajar dipertimbangkan secara serius kerana sekiranya perkara itu benar-benar terjadi, kestabilan politik dan ekonomi negara akan terjejas.-Utusan

  121. Lallang exile says:

    Guys,

    And, it’s 87 when Ops lallang took place.

    not 89 like what those tiup troopers pointed out. See, (like the Japanese in the Nanjing massacre) tiup dah managed to distort history in attempting to annul it.

    Talking about Mat Jenins,

    I miss my Malay cikgu Encik Annuar who taught us not just the language, but
    also about Mat Jenins and other stories in the process of educating us to be true and just, with both feet on the ground.

  122. cendana287 says:

    Star SMS Alert 6:08 PM:
    Badawi says he does not want to meet with Anwar.
    Wants Anwar to reveal the names of alleged crossover MPs first.

  123. tiup says:

    don’t answer the lehman questioin if it doesn’t concern u.
    – that was to expose your stupidity and scant knowledge.

    And, it’s 87 when Ops lallang took place. not 89 like what those tiup troopers pointed out…. Now you show your selective memory, yes you are right at least in this, probably because you are stuck in it.
    Lim Kit Siang and Karpal Singh were 2 of the victims who fully back Anwar now.
    But you desire to roll in the dregs of history of nanking massacre. Wtf that got to do with anything.

    and i can keep on asking questions and rile u if i like coz this is Sue’s blog where i believe everyone can post their opinions – for or against anything and anyone,
    – of course you can, and you are heartily encouraged to do so, and you will be answered fittingly. So stop whining. As for “riling” hahaha you cannot.

    unlike u, i am beholden to none.
    – we can`t say for sure. You sure present yourself as braying for the donkey badawi.

    more balls than that…….??????????

  124. Definite says:

    If Badawi refuses to meet Anwar, than the matter must be taken to the King. No other way. There if Anwar proves a majority, the King can call for Badawi`s resignation —lagi malu.

  125. cendana287 says:

    @lallang exile
    There’s one thing I like about Mat Jenin.
    True, he didn’t keep his feet to the ground (which became his downfall). But he had IMAGINATION. And INITIATIVE.

    After all, when he was on that coconut tree, he had a plan – of how to improve his lot in life. And he was doing something about it too.

    This is my interpretation of the fable:-)

  126. cendana287 says:

    @Definite
    Will he even get to the palace?
    I have the feeling the police are watching his every move. And have plainclothes policemen along the way to intercept.

    But if he does get to meet the King, will His Highness accept merely signed letters as proof of crossing over? He might want to meet with them personally; and they’re all in Taiwan now.

  127. Lallang exile says:

    dear cendana,

    nice interpretation, i agree with u. nothing wrong with wanting to improve one’s lot in life,, just do it with both feet on the ground and not at the expense of others’ well-being.

    Nor calling a bluff, and in the process putting the nation in a state of paralysis.

    That’s what the head Mat Jenin has succeeded in doing right now.

    nitey nite nite……..everyone!

  128. Definite says:

    Yes the King has to be satisfied on this. Equally it would be stupid of Anwar to meet the King with forged docus. Those in Taiwan do have to return someday, and then again there is always the phone.

  129. Ayoyosamy says:

    This Anwar should be put in a mental asylum lah for delusions like becoming PM when in fact he is a gay !!!!!!!!

  130. NewMalaysia says:

    Why don’t want to meet Anwar, Mr flip flop Bodowi? as predicted by Anwar taking over the government not an easy task and clearly our PM scares it will happens till refused to meet him, IMHO i don’t think this is a political mind games and Anwar is not stupid enough to destroy his own political future by just simply announce to the public that he has the number of MP to crossover, he must had done his homework first before going to the public.

  131. Ayoyosamy says:

    Anwar did destroy his political by taking on Dr M in 1997 remember???? Thought the dirty Americans would help him become PM. Wishful thinking!!!!!!!! Now the Americans are on the road to bankruptcy!!!!

  132. Definite says:

    Tuesday, September 16, 2008
    Malaysiakini: Pakatan’s next stop – the Agong

    Pakatan Rakyat leaders will seek an audience with the king should Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi decline to meet them to discuss a peaceful transition of power by Barisan Nasional.

    MCPXPKR information chief Tian Chua said this may happen as soon as within the next 24 to 48 hours.

    “We’ve already said that we have the numbers, and Anwar (Ibrahim) just now revealed we have more than 31 Barisan Nasional MPs,” said Chua, in reference to a press conference held earlier this afternoon.

    In the event they do meet Abdullah but he refuses to resign, he said Pakatan may seek the intervention of the Agong, Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin (left in photo), to persuade him to step down.

    “As much as possible, however, we will try to avoid dragging the king into this,” Chua said when contacted.

    ‘116 MPs in the bag’

    Earlier today, AFP quoted PAS treasurer Dr Hatta Ramli as having said that the opposition coalition would seek an audience with the king to seek a mandate to rule, should Abdullah reject the request for a meeting.

    “The issue of the appointment of the prime minister and change of government is very much the role of the king,” Hatta said.

    He claimed that the opposition now has the support of as many as 116 parliamentarians. This would mean 35 government defectors.

    At the press conference today, Opposition Leader Anwar said he had signed up more than the 31 BN defectors needed to form a new government and called on Abdullah not to implement emergency rule to thwart a takeover.

    Anwar, however, did not reveal the names of any of the lawmakers.

    “We want a peaceful transition. We hope that Barisan will not (impose) emergency rule to stop MPs from going to Parliament or arrest (government) MPs or stop them from joining Pakatan Rakyat,” he said.

    “That’s why we have taken a very soft, conciliatory option. I am not making excuses. We have the numbers. We can and are prepared to move. If after a few days there is no response, Pakatan leaders will meet and see what is the next course of action.”

    After the March 8 general election, Anwar set himself a target of Sept 16 to persuade at least 30 government lawmakers to switch sides and enable him to form a new administration.
    _________________________________________________________________

    Looks like the wheels are in motion already. Its only a matter of time before the Federal government falls… Or is Anwar just bluffing? Only time can tell…

  133. sf says:

    DON’T blame the homosexuality!
    916 is not a dateline, change or not is just the matter of time.

  134. NewMalaysia says:

    Dr M didn’t destroy Anwar, Dr M just created more and more people like Anwar to against his own government, so by detaining people under ISA really did change people mind how to govern this country. I think all UMNO leader should be detain under ISA to clear up their racist mind to accept multicultural society in Malaysia.

  135. Definite says:

    Tuesday, September 16, 2008
    PM refuses to meet Anwar (ref. malaysiakini)
    Report from The Star:
    KEPALA BATAS: Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi wants Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to reveal the names of the Barisan Nasional MPs the Opposition Leader claims are crossing over to Pakatan Rakyat.
    The Prime Minister said here on Tuesday that he would not entertain Anwar’s request to meet him until the list is made public.
    Abdullah also told a press conference that he is still in command of the Government and country despite talks and rumours about his political future and alleged uncertainties in the country.
    _____________________________________________
    Looks like our PM is refusing to meet Anwar, knowing that Anwar has already said that he would not reveal the names publicly. Evidently, from his earlier press conference Anwar refused to reveal the names fearing harrassment:

    In response to a question asking why Anwar was not releasing the names publicly, he replied:
    Anwar: Questions are raised on who and where are they. We name them now and they get harassed immediately. So I’m telling you now that I will choose to confide in the prime minister.

    Later on in the press conference, when asked whether there is a cutoff point or a limit as to how long the PM can wait, Anwar responds:
    We want to present a case that is responsible and is perceived to be quite conciliatory. We want the transition to be peaceful and therefore it is quite important that we give the right signals.
    But there is a limit to one’s patience, particularly when we’ve the numbers. So, I think that given a few more days, Pakatan leaders will have to sit down and reconsider its options.

    Then when asked what if the PM refuses to meet him, Anwar says:
    I believe he will meet us.

    Wrong Anwar, wrong. He does not want to meet you.
    You overestimated the political maturity of the present regime. Looks like you have to adopt a harsher tone and act more drastically now. The ball’s in your court now.

  136. NewMalaysia says:

    Revealing the MPs name publicly? are you joking or what Mr Bodowi? the life of the MPs will gets threaten by those UMNO goons and not a smart move at all. Those racist UMNO will do anything to stay in power, if they know whose the MPs are and their life will be in danger i tell you.

  137. cendana287 says:

    @sf
    I agree with this one: It’s NOT a “make or break” deadline.
    16 September is the day of “drawing first blood” – Anwar has announced that he has the numbers.

    Step Two: A meeting with Badawi; to ask him to resign and hand over the govt without making much fuss. But Badawi refuses; giving the excuse that “he wants the names first”. Well, you WILL get the names, fool – agree to meet Anwar then!

    The BN/Umno diehards are using the date as `modal’ to belittle Anwar; to question his credibility. But deep inside, they’re pissing and shitting in their pants. For they know that it doesn’t really matter what day exactly the changeover will come. It comes to about the same thing: GET LOST!!

  138. cendana287 says:

    Tun Mahathir came up with a new post, titled RACIALISM at http://test.chedet.com/che_det/2008/09/racialism.html

    Among other things, he belittles the Pakatan Rakyat’s efforts towards a more genuine and lasting racial integration and harmony.

    This is someone whom I have a “love-hate” feeling. Am gonna write a reply to his site. The good thing about Mahathir is that he allows most comments to go through (maybe he doesn’t have the time to read all of them, and just clicks “OK”?)

  139. cendana287 says:

    (Resend – Earlier one must have gotten trapped in Akismet)
    I had sent a reply at Tun Mahathir’s site. Plus a bit of promoting my own newly-started blog too;-)

    [Cut & Paste of comment at Che Det]
    10. Do we really think the opposition with parties like PAS, an entirely Malay party with its Islamic State vision and DAP with its predominantly Chinese base and secular politics can form a good Government?

    Yes, they can!
    And it will be a good one too, for we will have a proper check-and-balance within the government itself. In this case, their diversity will be an asset, not a liability. This is clearly shown at state level in Selangor and Perak especially. Why won’t it work at federal level?

    And I disagree with Number 11 too, for PAS and DAP are happy with Keadilan and Anwar. Without him, they can never ever hope to be in power at federal level.

    But it’s actually a win-win for everyone (except those currently in power): Pakatan Rakyat gets the chance to prove that they can walk the talk. At the same times, the rakyat will have an alternative, for the BN will also be a formidable opposition at federal level.

    Provided they dump that clueless dope from Kepala Batas, of course.

    FYI, I’ve started a site that has satire and lampoon about Malaysian politics and politicans. I’ll be hard-pressed for new material – someone to pour scorn on – should Badawi be dumped:-) It’s here at: http://cendana287.blogspot.com

  140. tamade says:

    The people are against the cruel, evil power brokers, for sure.

    The people want a change, they just cannot tolerate these evil power brokers cum racist anymore.

    The recent voting pattern is not the casting of protest votes by Rakyat against the present Guomen as claimed by the number 1 racist cum trouble maker of the Bolehland, namely Mamak Kutty.

    Mamak Kutty and many others are under-estimating the people’s power and the determination to change. That’s the reason why they are so mad and shocked by the outcome of the by-election in Permatang Pauh.

    These evil power brokers must have concluded that RPK plays a major role in revealing all their dirty and evil deeds, which caused all their evil plans being exposed, and this has further eroded the confidence of the Rakyat.

    So, after the PP by-election, they must have decided that in order to solve their problems and woo back the voters, they must get rid of him by hook or by crook. These evil goons believe that by wrecking RPK (using ISA as a tool), all bloggers will be frightened away and they will lie low. Hence, voters will gradually return to them (no more bloggers to “fool” the Rakyat).

    Besides, they must have concluded that the non-Malay voters have deserted them in 8 Mac and the PP by-election, and they want to teach these voters a lesson. Hence the Chinese daily’s reporter and Teresa were detained under ISA.

    That’s the reason why Teresa is not released till today even there are strong evidences showing that KT Ayoyo (and Mamak Kutty, KJ etc) are the racists and the evil hands behind the disruption of racial and religious harmony.

    In short, they want the Rakyat to know that they are still the Guomen in power, therefore ISA is being used in retaliation for their shameful defeat.

    That’s the reason why they must cling on to ISA ,which is their final “formidable weapon”, in order to silent their critics and tame those who oppose them.

    To those people who still think these evil goons are going to provide the next generation with bright future, then you people are dead wrong.

    They will never change (when Zaid initiated the judiciary reform, he was badly criticised by his own people in his party), and that’s why Zaid is furious and when ISA is used, he has no choice , but to quit.

    He is a man of principle and conscience and the Rakyat will remember him for his courage and righteousness.

    He stands tall in the holy month of Ramadhan compared to those evil power brokers (ISA is un-Islamic and against the human rights).

    These evil goons have wrecked all the good systems left by our forefather and the longer they cling on, the more damage will be inflicted.

    The Rakyat must realise that It’s the Guomen who should be afraid of the people, and not the other way round.

    The next election will prove this.

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  142. wits0 says:

    “They totally forget or choose to reject integrative solutions. If ALL the races are taken care of without constantly referring to their skin colur.a’ – Kittykat46

    51 years of self-serving indulgences say they are incapable of doing that.

    The events of recent times aren’t flashes in the pan but the consequence of half a century of slowly simmering oppressiveness that won’t cease. Such things are impossible to obfuscate that long even in the best of times. The hard times are in fact necessary and helpful in sobering up the people to this fact.

  143. huserk says:

    Raj,
    yep.. i think the Star is better than others~
    new history- new government-
    go rakyat malaysia
    time 4 change!we support DSAI and other opposition site(going to b government 2morro?)

  144. Bola Hangus says:

    this 916 is starting to be a dejavu of y2k syndrome where the world is supposed to end. 2 more hours it will be 917. PK will be known as parti kelentong

  145. NewMalaysia says:

    better watch out your Malaysia shares market kelentong, you dumbass..

  146. pywong says:

    I think the capacity of the stadium is about 15000. It was not full last night. Allowing for some people who were already in the field when the MC asked those on the terraces to descend to the field, I would say the crowd should not exceed 15,000.

  147. Menyalak-ker says:

    Dear pywong, why do numbers matter so much? Accountant-ah? As NewMalaysia (20:56) says, watch the numbers at KLSE better, becoz freefall mah!

  148. peoples' power says:

    and ANWAR IBRAHIM

  149. Ayoyosamy says:

    11pm Sep 16. What happen leh?????? Another bullshit by Anwar. Typical lah of this fella.

  150. Menyalak-er says:

    Thanks, Ayoyosamy, for the reminder. Will ask him asap. Meanwhile shall we play with that dungheap?

  151. comedytime says:

    Here’s my version of the actual story.
    Why did Abdullah send off his flock of MPs to Taiwan ?
    Because most of BN MPs from Selangor and Perak were defecting candidates. So Abdullah’s b**ls shivered uncontrollably. So he managed to rescue 54 of them. But the three PR reps gave chase for five more MPs from Sarawak and Sabah. Did they succeed ? Maybe they did.

  152. comedytime says:

    Semi value must be playing sandiwara with his own marbles.

  153. comedytime says:

    Tun Mahathir still playing sandiwara with sensitive issues.
    A leopard cannot change its skin. He screwed up Rakyat Malaysia resources and earnings and when internet media became popular he knew the odds are now agains him. Poor old man. Keep talking. Nobody listens to him anymore.

  154. NewMalaysia says:

    NO one in this world so damn stupid wanted to kill his own future career by annoucing something without a solid fact or backup( with the exception Ayoyosamy fellow). Do you think Anwar not scare to go jail again? my goodness….wake up you people….Anwar not joking i tell you, nor to his supporter like DAP, PAS, PKR etc. Just wait and see.

  155. Menyalak-er says:

    Hi comedytime (23:03), it’ll be unwise to write off that old ‘leopard’. Look at his whole philosophy in life:
    “The end justifies the means! And the end means me, mine and myself!”
    This one heck of a shrewed player – starting a blog in his 80’s where most of us would have given up the ghost, just to pour out his vitriol! An evil-minded genius, the epitome of a control freak.
    Look at who he’s teaming up with – Tg. Razaleigh, his arch nemesis of 20yrs back. He still enthralls a whole generation of bumno troopers…
    He can, despite apparent senility, conjure up incidents out of inocous stuff, and make it stick! Look at how he smacks the malays in singapore without provocation, mind you.
    DSAI, is in fact, very wary of this old goat – hence the caution to dopey not to use emergency law.
    Cheers.

  156. justice M says:

    Always read between the lines and always look at the bright side of life.
    Timing is all in politics.Badawi’s boys tried to get at Anwar through the courts with case postponed unexpectedly by Justice K. to 24th Sep.
    The original plot must be to transfer case to High Court,to get sympathetic judge to deny Anwar bail so his movements are curtailed,to frighten just one or two would-be defectors by 3 ISA arrests and play for time.The court case and ISA backfired.Zaid resigned and world press condemns ISA arrests.The Kelana Jaya rally was highlighted in the world press as a peaceful multi-racial affair and a place for Anwar to announce that he has got the magic numbers 82 +30.Thats enough to convince the world that Anwar’s is the de-facto Prime Minister of Malaysia.
    Brilliant counter-measure by Anwar.
    Key dates -cabinet meeting 18th Sept, UMNO supreme council meet 18th Sep to consider Mahathirs re-application to join and of course 24th September Anwar’s court date.

  157. cendana287 says:

    @comedytime (23:03:00)
    Yup, I agree with Menyalak-er: Don’t underestimate Dr Mahathir.

    This is someone I had really loathed ever since the first Anwar arrest. And many still do, even until right now. But he is very influential. That’s a fact. Not just with Umno affairs, but also among some of the Chinese and Indians too. He’s a big factor in Malaysian politics, whether one likes him or not.

  158. Menyalak-er says:

    cendana287, bro, weren’t u supposed to start a new blog, couldn’t access man. Good to see you going strong mate.
    Cheers.

  159. Lallang exile says:

    Susan,

    What’s happening to this thread? Are u capping the entries
    from comment 178?

    My posting have been unsuccessful.

  160. Lallang exile says:

    Good morning everybody!

    It’s 9.01 on my computer and today’s date is September 17, 2008.

    What takeover?

    You could fool half the rakyat, i suppose, but not all of the rakyat.

    To borrow from Simon and Garfunkel, don’t squander your resistance for a pocketful of mumbles, such are promises, dear fellow Malaysians.

    I rest my case.

    Cheers!

  161. HELLBOY says:

    Menyalak-er says – don’t underestimate the shewed old leopard. I agree. Because an old stamp can still be used effectively.

  162. HELLBOY says:

    Maybe Tun Mahathir could find a worthy opponent and missed Anwar for ten years.

    Tun M – for your own good, stay down, sit. stay.
    Tun M – for your own health, don’t raise your voice. Your heart needs yr co-operation.
    Tun M – jangan cari pasal. We all know your mouth cannot keep shut, that’s yr nature.
    Tun M – you are not young at heart, on the contrary, you may want to believe you are.
    Tun M – follow the teachings of Islam – submission at 80.

  163. come 1st october when parlimen sittings commence, the 31 mps stand up and walk to oppos side and with “majority” MP demand speaker to allow motion no-confidence on PM and for him to resign and to elect dsai as new PM. the speaker, one of the frog, allows the motion, and dsai becomes new PM (and officially later in agong residence)

    now this is scary thought…..

  164. Bola Hangus says:

    anwar shuda just do it when he had the numbers and not just give the peple a hot air promise of a countdown to nothing. BN already know of sept 16 so their keeping their guard up, playing hide and seek and anwar loses the element of surprise. It shoulda been the michael corleone manourve. “michael, do you renounce satan?”..

  165. Siti says:

    Anwar…………… where are you??? Some said Not to Trust Anwar, but I asked myself Why Not? I trust him but not him alone, but because of his other partners such as Karpal Singh, Lim Guan Eng, Nik Aziz, Tan, etc, etc. Because I think these whole lots of people are trustworthy & reliable, so if they could put their trust on Anwar, why not me, an ordinary person. Anyway, it is good to have Hope. Hope makes a person looking forward for tomorrowssss and a better future for my country.

  166. cendana287 says:

    LATEST!!
    SAPP has pulled out of BN!
    It’s true that they don’t have too many seats. But the psychological impact is there – they have burned the bridge. And will possibly trigger others as well.

    The others should make their stance known VERY SOON.

    Regardless of what your calendar says, the fact is 16 September is definitely NOT OVER YET!

  167. Oh Yeah! says:

    Do you think Anwar is the biggest threat to Bodowi??? come on you guys.. Dr M once he joins back to UMNO, i’m sure Bodowi arse will be sodomise by Dr M. UMNO internal problems are inevitable and Anwar just taking the advantage to enlarge UMNO arse hole problems.

  168. sharif says:

    OUT OF MALAYSIA

    A better tomorrow is, all the PR states exit from BN Malaysia and declare independence! I dont think wooing the arrogant and tied BN MP’s would do any good. Keep them there where they belong! Since Malaysia too has ejected Singapore and then gave states from the breakaway Yugoslavia their formal free and independent nation status, why should it then block our PR states from doing so. Declare independence soon and let us build a nation of peace,dynamic, and free. Dont worry about the constituition as it is man made! We can change that. We want change for the better. INDEPENDENCE!!!

  169. Bola Hangus says:

    Secession is not an option. Singapore should never has been allowed to leave.Secerssion is an all out declaration of war. Sacrifices must be done to ensure the union, Just like what Lincon did in the 1860s.

  170. sharif says:

    OUT OF MALAYSIA 2

    The BN has already declared war actually. Earlier today, a BN leader has said that DSAI is a threat to Malaysia! Meanwhile, the ISA had been imposed and it might soon curtail and clubbed anyone who disagree with him. By the way, Abraham Lincoln only integrated the blacks as citizens among the dominant whites. I should say that our PR leaders and supporters start drawing up plans for a great nation to be born. Never mind about the war declaration as we could find alliances ready to promote our true democracy and equality among us. And dont forget that Singapore’s fate was written and executed by BN too, not Pakatan Rakyat.

  171. Bola Hangus says:

    lincoln ended slavery, He didnt give the blacks equal rights.

  172. Spedotman says:

    If brother lincoln ended slavery, what has he got to do with secession and union that you outlined? Make your stand clearly. Or perhaps join the ‘other’ blog which i think, would seriously appreciate your views. Your secession here is highly appreciated.

  173. MOD says:

    Lincoln ended slavery but all black has the right to go to school, noobs~! That was history anyway, but today Malaysian non-bumiputra has no right to go to Uni regardless to their results, simple basic right of human survival in modern society like higher education not allowed if not bumiputra??? really disgraceful and disrespect for the racist government! Even animal kingdom doing better than this government, they all live together and share the same ecosystem to balance out their survival rates.

  174. AI says he has got the list, but only a list he made up himself and keeping the imagined list to himself. He will continue to use excuses and excuses to avoid giving out the list so for those who want a change, start looking for someone else and stop building castle in the air.
    I can also claim to have a list that would even contain half the cabinet, come on AI how long is your bluff going to last ?
    You are nothing but the biggest bluff right now in Malaysia and I can only feel very very sorry for the people who believe in you. They just want some hope and I think the hope must come from a new source and not from a bluff like you. Stop giving them them the false hope and stop creating trouble for the country in the process ! I think the few years in jail must have given you an illusion !

  175. Lallang exile says:

    This is Sept 18, yet not sign of AI becoming PM.

    Yet, news of him “taking over” is awash in mainstream media overseas.

    This is what the cheif mat jenin have managed to do – create false news reported as real news overseas.

    Meanwhile, at least the Perak DAP brothers have the guts to say they decry defections. This is a major shift from the Lim clan and other deranged DAP members who have abandoned the very tenets of their party ideals.

    The Malaysian Govt ought to hold more PCs to explain to the world what is happening.

    Get tough, AAB, you have the mandate of the people.

  176. Bola Hangus says:

    waking up to a new tomorrow susan? This will not happen as long as those who make noise about ISa are themselves guilty of censoring comments they dont like. We all can wake up to a hypocrite nation.

  177. one sen says:

    I think this is a classic case of what they call the ‘free-rider’ problem of the ‘prisoner dilemma’ problem in social science.
    Using the methodological indidualism approach, the theory argues that individuals as rational human beings act from self interest considerations.
    Let us say that Anwar today has the verbal support 1,000 MPs, who have told him to get an emergency parliamentary session, so that they can show support for him.
    But during that parliamentary session, no one from the 1,000MPs is going to volunteer raising his/her hand to support Anwar first, lest the other 999 back out the last minute, landing himself/herself in hot soup.
    Everyone in the parliament is going to wait for the others to raise their hands before they do so, as this would be in their best interest.
    Everyone will think that if there is going to be wave of change, what is the difference if 999 MPs voted or 1,000 MPs voted or what is so wrong to raise your hand to support Anwar after the other 999MPs have done so.
    Nothing wrong: if you raise your hands after the 999 MPs have done so, a wave of change still takes place, and you are safe–being the free rider.
    If no one raises their hands, you are also safe, as you did not stick out your neck first.
    This is the reason why till now no MP has come out to support Anwar yet.
    Even though they want to support him or have pledged support for him, they are waiting for others to come out first, as they do not want to be the odd one, sticking out like a sore thumb by the end of the day.
    This is the reason why radical social, political, and economic changes in history are often not brought about by idealism, but by bread and butter issues—sorry to say.
    An economic tsunami is blasting this way–one comparable to the 1930s Great Depression.
    Due to the horribly low standards of education in this country, you can be assured not many people among the educated would know what the Great Depression of the 1930s was.
    And yet they are more concerned with whether Anwar is going to be the next PM.
    They in fact should be concerned over the economic future of the country.
    They should be concerned whether the listed companies in which they have purchased shares can survive the crisis.
    They should be more concerned with how to weather through the economic tsunami coming their way.
    They should at least spend time understanding how this crisis came about and the nature of capitalism.
    At least they will learn what is hitting them.
    Some four months back, a researcher friend of mine in the US already told me that we are heading for a global meltdown with US as the ground zero.
    I conveyed this to my colleagues who scoffed at me for being too negative, citing stable spending power in Asia and emerging markets as stabilising factors.
    In other words, I think there are better things to be concerned and worried about than over Anwar’s attempt to take over the government.
    Only Anwar can tell you for sure whether he can take over as PM, but he is not going to share that with you.

  178. KJAN says:

    Malaysians took tremendous pride in our achievements in the all fields of modernisation and the prospect of emerging as a developed nation. But this vision was shattered by those feudalistic umno bumiputeras who are are desperately clinging to power denying a reforming, justice and democratic Malaysians. Our country now faces destructive danger from those umno racists who threathen isa, 513 and violence to rip apart the harmonious multi racial fabric of the country. Malaysians have to take decisive action now whether we join the elite group of developed nations that provide fairness and justice to its people or go to hell together with those archaic bumiputera caste system, never ending plunder (nep), umno super corrupted government and racial intolerance across the country.

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